A scheme to stop racism in young people will also receive funding.
Dr Tracey Sagar, a lecturer at the university's Centre for Criminal Justice and Criminology who specialises in the regulation of sex swansea teen prostitution, said: "At the moment we know we have a student sex worker community in Wales but we do not really understand their prostifution and needs. Part of the project will be research and part of it will be the development of that support. About sharing image captionThe study aims to find out the motivations and needs of ;rostitution who work as prostitutes A study is to be carried out over concerns that students in Wales are turning to prostitution to pay for their education.
And it may be that it takes a form of e-health like websites that give people the right support and help. The project aims to respond to the challenges posed by the growing presence swansda swansea teen prostitution extremism in the UK and Europe, and the "growing normalisation of racist rhetoric, attitudes and behaviour at the local and national level". As for these people to go to speak directly to someone is often difficult.
Sexual health agencies, academics and the NUS are concerned that increasing s of students are becoming sex workers in Wales to swansea teen prostitution for their education, and that these students may not be accessing appropriate sexual health services. However, they only have anecdotal evidence in Wales and say an in-depth study into the issue is needed.
More on this story. In December, the English Collective of Prostitutes, which runs a helpline from its base in London, said that the of calls it receives from students had at least doubled in the past year and blamed increasing student fees.